Recently, we had a chance to share our love for Greenland with visitors of Visit Greenland, Greenland’s largest travel site. In an article titled “Greenland – a Photographer’s Dream Come True” we shared some anecdotes from our own travels to Greenland and gave a few tips to photographers who are planning a visit to this incredible country.
2018-01-08T17:24:41+00:00January 1st, 2018|
We just came back from our latest photo expedition to Svalbard, Norway. We managed to photograph a lot of Aurora while travelling on dog sleds, walking on snow shoes, driving snowmobiles and exploring glaciers...
2017-11-23T11:17:52+00:00October 29th, 2015|
It was a pleasure to be interviewed by The Phoblographer - one of the leading Photography blogs on the web. In the Interview I talk about my path as a Photographer and a Visual Effects Artist; I also share some anecdotes from my wildlife encounters. Enjoy!
2015-11-13T08:18:31+00:00October 25th, 2015|
As a nature photographer, people often want to know what my best nature photography tips are. For me "the best" nature photography tip is to be in the right-here-right-now, to fully experience life as it is.. Here are, I three very simple nature photography tips I trust will be of value to you.
2016-02-23T03:38:14+00:00October 6th, 2014|
The thin legs and long necks of gerenuks (Litocranius walleri) make them one of the most easily recognised of Africa’s antelopes. Their mating rituals is fascinating and complex. Females will raise their nose and pull their ears while males bend their necks sideways and show their horns before marking the female on the thigh. The ritual continues as males start kicking females in the thigh region…
2015-10-25T18:31:35+00:00September 12th, 2014|
Peer into the mesmerizing reflection that is Africa and discover the connection that binds us all. Every visit to Kenya is an invigorating experience. This is the home of some the most iconic animals of the African savannah. There is no glass here and no barriers; nothing separates you from the natural world...
2015-10-25T18:32:46+00:00August 5th, 2014|
A land of raw elements in stark contrast. I came here to capture the Borealis, but ended up chasing the wind. Iceland evokes a country built from blocks of ice. Nothing could be further from the truth. It’s a dramatic play in constant upheaval. Here, I sought to capture the rawness of Iceland with the delicate nature of the Aurora Borealis. But the wind is an omnipresent element, and I was swept away by its subtle power...
2015-10-25T18:33:28+00:00July 5th, 2014|
I came to Svalbard seeking a glimpse of the polar bear. I returned home with so much more. With seasons of extremes, months of daylight and darkness, daunting ice floes and daring wildlife, Nature reveals herself as a beautiful dictator...
2015-10-25T18:34:04+00:00June 1st, 2014|
I felt the urge to travel to a place where I could discover Nature at its most primal and pristine. I found it in the eyes of a silverback gorilla named Guhonda.
I will never forget the first time I saw the mountain gorillas...
2015-10-25T18:35:17+00:00May 20th, 2014|
Everything about this country reminds me of the word pristine. It’s almost as if the entire land has been reduced and concentrated, distilled down to the purest natural elements. I am constantly in awe of what I find on this island. New Zealand is a place where I can get lost very easily, slip into another state altogether. Everywhere I go is a visual adventure...